Two years after they battled the Sperminator, foiling his plans to infect the residents of Sex City, the Sex Squad is back and this time the online superheroes are taking on alcohol and drugs and their influence on sexual health and behaviour.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit wants to hear from London and Middlesex smokers who want to kick their addiction.
A focus on better food choices and a corporate policy designed to encourage employees to be healthier have earned London Life the first gold level Eat Smart!® Workplace Award of Excellence in Ontario.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit is reminding residents how to reduce the risk of becoming sick as viruses and bacteria, including meningococcal disease, may be more likely to circulate at this time of year.
The number of participants continues to grow as more and more smokers across London and Middlesex County sign up for the annual Driven to Quit Challenge.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit is alerting people to the potential health risks associated with receiving body art at unlicensed premises.
The In the Nic-O-Time Challenge is back! The Middlesex-London Health Unit, in partnership with other Southwestern Ontario health units, is urging teens 14 to 19 years old to overcome their tobacco addiction, to commit to cutting their consumption of tobacco products by half, or to stay tobacco-free.
Tomorrow is Weedless Wednesday, the mid-way point of National Non-Smoking Week.
Sticking to your New Year’s resolutions can be challenging, especially if you’ve resolved to give up smoking.